The Denver-based carrier is running ads in the local papers with the slogan: “Now you know why we don’t fly to Boston.”
“It was a way for us to throw our support behind the Rockies and in a tongue-and-check way say we’ve got their back,” said Joe Hodas, a spokesman for Frontier, which sponsors the team and showed World Series games on seatback televisions during flights. When pressed, Hodas admitted that the airline stopped flying to Logan International Airport in 2002 because of gate constraints, scheduling issues, and high fuel prices, not the Red Sox.
“…a tongue-and-check way’…? What is that?
It’s very adult.
Hey! My husband is in finance…maybe its something he would enjoy…